Published at Friday, April 24th 2020. by Fantine Lejeune in Coloring Pages.
This Santa letter template is great for kids who want a little extra structure when writing to Mr. Claus. Share this combination coloring page and writing activity with your child this December, on a frosty night when you’re sitting around the fire together, dreaming of Christmas morning. Try our Santa letter template this Christmas season.
Turn coloring time into a fun learning moment with alphabet coloring pages. D is for dachshund (and dog), dice and drum—your child can practice her memory skills by identifying objects and practice D’s letter sound while she colors.
How much do you know about our solar system’s planets? Kids learn facts about Neptune in an out-of-this-world worksheet! Get to know more about the name, size and make-up of this gas giant, then engage in fun coloring and unscrambling activities to test their knowledge.
This noun worksheet is a quick and colorful exercise for your 1st or 2nd grader! If your child needs a boost with nouns, sit them down to work on this simple noun worksheet. This no-pressure noun worksheet helps them review the part of speech.
This Christmas ornament coloring page featuring festive decorations and lights adorning the tree will surely put her in the holiday spirit! Have the green and red crayons handy and add color to bring this scene to life.
Do students know their colors and how to read them? In this activity students will be asked to identify the shade that matches. Have your kids color the picture in using the colors indicated in the image. Students will be tested on colors of the rainbow, plus descriptor words like ”dark.” Test your child’s knowledge of colors with this coloring-by-word worksheet.
In this letter C activity, children get hands-on letter recognition practice as they color pictures of familiar items. Students learn that C is for ”cat,” ”cake”, ”can,” ”camel,” ”coat,” and ”cup.” This worksheet supports preschoolers and other early readers as they practice hearing beginning sounds and develop their phonological awareness. Enhance this activity by encouraging kids to pronounce each word aloud as they color in the corresponding picture.
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